Monkey Essay

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Essay on Monkey

Monkeys are very agile and intelligent animals. Monkeys are intelligent and playful, as well as, very emotional animals. They like to jump. They can jump from one tree to another. They can travel a mile without coming on the ground. The monkeys are divided into two categories, first: old monkey which is found in Asia and the second: is the new monkey which is found in South Africa. 

Monkeys are usually found anywhere. A total of 264 species of monkey are found in which ancient monkeys have 32 teeth while new monkeys have 36 teeth. A total of 264 species of monkeys have their own distinct characteristics. Their average lifespan is 15 to 35 years.

A monkey has a total of four legs. He uses the rear two legs as legs and uses the front two legs as his hands. The monkey also has a tail. Monkey's tail is very strong. Monkeys keep their body balanced with the help of their tail and with the help of their tail they can also hang upside down on trees for a long time. The tail of the monkey is of different size in different species. Monkeys always wander in herds of about 12. Monkey faces are found to a great extent from humans. Monkeys are also called siblings of humans. The largest monkey found in the world weighs about 35 kg, and the smallest monkey is almost the size of a rat.


 Interesting Facts about Monkey

  1. It is said that monkeys are the closest relatives of humans and humans have evolved from monkeys over time. That is why even today the DNA of humans matches up to 98% from monkeys.

  2. Monkeys are referred to as the God Hanuman/ Bajrang Bali in Hinduism.

  3. Monkeys are very intelligent. They have the power to recognize numbers. They can easily recognize numbers and can read these numbers, they can do sums and even multiply easily. The IQ level of monkeys is 174.

  4. Chimpanzee, a species found in monkeys, is considered the most sensitive species.

  5. In Japan, monkeys are trained as waiters, so they are kept as waiters.

  6. Monkeys are very good at copying, they copy humans very easily. Every monkey has its own unique fingerprints. Fingerprints of monkeys can also be taken. This is because the hands of monkeys are like the hands of humans. 

  7. The monkey is the only animal that can peel and eat bananas.

  8. The monkey is an animal that has also gone into space. On June 11, 1948, Albert I, who was a rhesus monkey from White Sands, New Mexico, was sent to space but died due to suffocation.

  9. The world’s smallest monkey is pygmy marmoset which is only around 5 inches tall and weighs only 113 grams. The world’s largest monkey is the mandrills which are about 3 feet tall and weigh around 35 kilograms.

  10. Every year on December 14, the world monkey day is celebrated. It was first celebrated in 2000.

  11. Monkeys use gestures to talk to each other.

  12. Monkeys are found sitting on trees, forests, mountains, green fields and roofs of houses. It is a family organism that lives in a herd. The diet of the monkey includes walnuts, berries and fruits. Its favourite fruit is banana.

  13. When the monkey chews his lips or jerks his head or takes a yawn, it shows that he is angry.

  14. Raising monkeys like pets have been considered a legal offence. If a person pets monkeys, they can be punished.

Monkeys are the most intelligent animal in the world. They are more like humans than other animals. The way they behave, the way they eat represents the similarities like humans. 


Conclusion

Monkeys are the most intelligent animal in the world. They are more like humans than other animals. The way they behave, the way they eat represents the similarities from humans.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. Write a Short Note on the Physical Feature of Monkeys.

The monkey has a total of four legs, he uses the rear two legs as legs and uses the front two legs as his hands. The monkey also has a tail. Monkey's tail is very strong. Monkeys keep their body balanced with the help of their tail and with the help of their tail they can also hang upside down on trees for a long time. Monkeys have two eyes and it is said that these eyes are very similar to humans. Monkeys always walk in herds of about 12. Monkeys face is found to a great extent from humans.

2. Which is the World’s Smallest and Largest Monkey?

The world’s smallest monkey is pygmy marmoset which is only around 5 inches tall and weighs only 113 grams. The world’s largest monkey is the mandrills which is about 3 feet tall and weigh around 35 kilograms.

3. Write Three Features of Monkey?

The three features of monkeys are-

  1. Monkeys are very good at copying, they copy humans very easily. Every monkey has its own unique fingerprints. Fingerprints of monkeys can also be taken. This is because the hands of monkeys are like the hands of humans, monkeys can also get the disease of T.B. The monkeys are the only animal that can peel and eat bananas.

  2. Monkeys are found sitting on trees, forests, mountains, green fields and roofs of houses. It is a family organism that lives in a herd. The diet of the monkey includes walnuts, berries and fruits. Its favourite fruit is banana.

  3. Monkeys are very intelligent. They have the power to recognize numbers. They can easily recognize numbers and can read these numbers. They can do sums and even multiply easily. The IQ level of monkeys is 174.